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Making Dry January the Most Wonderful Time of the Year

Making Dry January the Most Wonderful Time of the Year

Before it finally stuck in January 2021, I tried and failed at dry January many times. I generally started January planning to reverse everything I indulged in in December — Negronis (not anymore, but lord did I love them), great food (still yes), desserts (still yes), and the lack of sleep that...
A New Kind of Hangover — and it's Not What You Think

A New Kind of Hangover — and it's Not What You Think

Most bars and restaurants now have a mocktail menu of custom crafted drinks that resemble their boozier counterparts. They look beautiful and even taste the part but they often come with some consequences we didn’t anticipate. While the alcohol has been removed, the flavor and palatability of th...
Habit Change Made Easy: Get Ready for a Not-So-Dry January

Habit Change Made Easy: Get Ready for a Not-So-Dry January

As Holly Whitaker writes in her book, Quit Like a Woman, we live in a society convinced that alcohol makes us all sexier, happier and more relaxed. We accept hangovers and low-grade depression as normal side effects of a beneficial drinking culture. To enable this belief, the past two centuries ...
A Founder's Story: Negroni, the Drink that Started It All

A Founder's Story: Negroni, the Drink that Started It All

If it weren’t for Negronis, Little Saints may not exist.  It was December of 2020, and I was living along with my dog in Detroit, where I had just moved and knew no one. Isolated and lonely, I chose the Covid comfort zone – the Zoom happy hour– for connection. I’d always loved Negronis, and since...
Approaching customer service as a spiritual practice

Approaching customer service as a spiritual practice

One way that Little Saints spreads joy is through our approach to customer service. Since we launched our ecommerce site approximately one year ago, we’ve learned that approaching customer service with compassion and empathy has served as a tool for our spiritual growth. Read on to learn how resp...